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Flamed mahogany cabinet

Dining room cabinet

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Martin Howlett 121/02/2013 12:58:06
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This is a recently completed piece for a client in Wimbledon. The doors are flamed mahogany with brass pear drop door pulls. The open shelving above is framed with a Ovolo cornice and Astragal details.




Thanks for looking


Edited By Martin Howlett 1 on 21/02/2013 13:14:49

Edited By Martin Howlett 1 on 21/02/2013 13:16:19

Les Hetherington21/02/2013 17:17:54
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Nice work mate, i wish that i could make things like that. Les

Derek Lane21/02/2013 18:15:34
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Hi and welcome to the site.

Great job on the cabinet. How long did it take to make and what are the dimentions also which finish did you use on it.

Sorry for so many questions.

If you can it would be better to post pictures in the thread, If you get stuck just ask away we don't bite honest

Edited By Derek Lane on 21/02/2013 18:18:30

Martin Howlett 121/02/2013 19:27:00
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thanks for the comments, it took me 2 weeks. It is finished with Danish oil ( customers request) the dimensions are height - 1700 mm width - 1620mm depth of bottom cabinet - 430mm depth of shelving - 300mm.

yes could you brief me on posting pics, I did try to follow the picture posting guide and failed. I have lots of other projects I want to post.



Derek Lane21/02/2013 22:06:07
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Martin all you need to do is to sign in then got to your album find the photo you want at the top of your posting underneath it you will find the box you started this thread with see picture below

Enter the text you want to put in it and submit you posting.


If you would like to add more photo's to the thread then click on the little black camera icon and you will get.

Derek Lane21/02/2013 22:07:04
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Click on one of your albums in the first column then click on one of the ones in the centre column it should then show a image in the third column. That will make sure you have the right image you want. Once you are happy with it press OK.

It will take you back to the post editor where you can either Click "ADD POSTING" or add more photo's.

If it is a long posting you may find you may have to split it in half and do it in 2 postings. Like I had to here

Hope this helps any questions just ask. There use to be a guide on here once but it was removed

Edited By Derek Lane on 21/02/2013 22:07:28

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